Conor Oberst will make you feel all the feels. His rambling melodies carry heartbreakingly raw real-life stories, traversing sweet nostalgia and ending up in some very dark, very lonely places. Listening to him play makes you want to drink whiskey, sit by a crackling log fire and have a good old think about life. Backed
Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst will tour Australia’s east coast in February and March 2015, while in the country for Golden Plains festival and a series of zoo concerts in Sydney and Melbourne. Yes, he’s playing in zoos. Oberst’s headline tour will make stops in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Thirroul, with the singer-songwriter being supported
The woman who accused Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst of sexually assaulting her when she was 16 years old has offered a public apology for her claims, admitting she fabricated the entire story. In the statement, via Buzzfeed, Joanie Faircloth asks for forgiveness for her fabricated accusations, explaining that she was “going through a difficult
Bright Eyes‘ Conor Oberst is on the cusp of releasing his new solo album, Upside Down Mountain, which follows the prolific singer-songwriter’s signing to Nonesuch Records. And for fans champing at the bit to get their ears on our hero’s fine new tunes, we’re streaming it exclusively right here on Music Feeds. The record, which
Bright Eyes, aka 33-year-old Conor Oberst, has responded to rape allegations made online via the website xoJane over the weekend, with an anonymous commenter accusing the singer songwriter of sexually assaulting her when she was 16. The post has since gone viral on Tumblr, with the alleged victim claiming she was a student of Oberst’s
Bright Eyes will be doing two sideshows while they’re out here for the Harvest Festival line-up in November. The Nebraskan indie-rock-folk band will be bringing their alt-pop inspired sounds to both Sydney and Brisbane. The Brisbane show is a new announcement, while the Sydney show was confirmed earlier in the week. Perth and Adelaide are
Bright Eyes aka. Conor Oberst appears to be doing a Sydney side show while he is out here on the Harvest Festival line-up. An advertisement in street press Drum Media (Sydney) has a date for him at the Enmore Theatre on the 14th of November. While other cities like Perth and Adelaide are unlikely to
Bright Eyes frontman Conor Oberst has moved to reassure fans that he is not about to call time on the much-loved outfit just yet.